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The revolutionary philosophy of self-sufficiency or autarky holds that the country must be capable of producing everything it needs so it is not dependent on any imports.
By economic performance such countries exceed the countries, developing in autarky conditions.
Scenario 2 assumes that Country 2 has access to the same technologies as Country 1 even in autarky, despite its human capital disadvantage.
Given the contract, depositors decide whether to stay in autarky or to deposit at the bank at t = 0.
Faced with the obvious failure of autarky the regime looked to the West for help, which necessitated a rapid reshaping of its Fascist, antidemocratic image, a daunting task, given that the wartime imposition of martial law had only been lifted in 1948.
More importantly, China abandoned economic autarky three decades ago.
Nevertheless, the menace of a return to geopolitical autarky is carted out whenever our sclerotically narrow foreign policy consensus gets an unwelcome jolt.
Even farmers are unwilling to make use of TSE, at a great cost to utilities: The agricultural sector accounts for 80 percent of water consumption in the GCC, as governments insist on a degree of food autarky in spite of the region's limited suitability for farming.
explores the gender politics of Spain's Franco dictatorship, focusing on the interplay between the metaphorical use of gender imagery in the political discourse of the "nation" and the ways that attempts to discipline and control women's bodies were an essential part of the (Foucauldian) "bio-power" deployed by the Franco regime as Spain shifted from autarky to consumerism in the 1950s and 1960s.
Table 1 presents a comparison of the success of teams in improving over autarky.
This novel reading prompts scholars to look closer at how ideas and actors, not factor endowments (land, labor or capital) or structures, set countries on one of the three mutually exclusive international trajectories: membership in western international institutions, regionalism, or autarky.
Being a closed economic community, the village community is losing its way into a society where individual work is differentiated and where the economic autarky leave place to commodity trade.